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Session 10: Turning Waste into Resources

[Please note that the programme is subject to change and will be continuously updated up to the conference]

Date and Time: Wednesday 25, 14h30 – 16h30

Chairs: Deepali Sinha Khetriwal and Damien Giurco 

Room: 13

SS 10.1Decision Support Methodology for Designing Efficient and Sustainable Recycling Pathways by Guilhem Grimaud1,2, Bertrand Laratte2,3, Nicolas Perry(1MTB Recycling/Arts & Métiers ParisTech, France; 2Arts & Métiers ParisTech, I2M-IMC, UMR 5295, Talence, France; 3APESA-Innovation, France) 
SS 10.2Plastic and Marine Debris: What Can Be Done about bottle caps? bRichard V. Anthony (Zero Waste, United States of America, Albatross Coalition) 
SS 10.3Do the benefits of avoiding the use of virgin materials outweigh extra efforts for recycling into high-grade products? A case study of plastic waste recycling into a green roof tile by Sophie Huysveld1, Karen Van Kets2, Sara Hubo2, Kim Ragaert2, Jo Dewulf1(1Department of Sustainable Organic Chemistry and Technology, Ghent University, Belgium; 2Department of Materials, Textiles and Chemical Engineering, Ghent University, Belgium) 
SS 10.4Towards Inclusive and Sustainable Recycling in Emerging and Developing Economies by Sonia Valdivia1, Mathias Schluep1, Rolf Widmer2, Rolf Widmer3, Anna-Katharina Hagedorn1(1World Resources Forum (WRF), Switzerland; 2Empa; 3SNV  
SS 10.5Prospecting Secondary Raw Materials in the Urban Mine and Mining Wastes (PROSUM) by Pascal Leroy1, Daniel Cassard2, Sarah Downes1, Jaco Huisman3, Susanne Rotter4, Patrick Wäger5 (1WEEE Forum, Belgium; 2BRGM, Orléans Cedex 2, France; 3United Nations University, Bonn, Germany; 4Technische Universität Berlin, Department of Solid Waste Management, Germany; 5Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) St. Gallen, Switzerland) 
SS 10.6Compare and Contrast: Informal Recycling in the EU, US and Around the World by Portia Sinnott1, Anne Scheinberg2, Jelena Nesic(1MS+, United States of America; 2Springloop, The Netherlands; 3Democratic Transition Initiative, Serbia) 
SS 10.7Extended Producer Responsibility In Developing Countries: Success Factors for Informal-Formal E-Waste Partnerships by Daniel Hinchliffe1, Priti Mahesh2, Jai Kumar Gaurav3, Gautam Mehra4 (1Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Germany; 2Toxics Link, India; 3adelphi research GmbH, Germany; 4Strategos Advisory, India) 
SS 10.8Systemic Policy Design for a More Sustainable WEEE Management: the Case of Colombia by Sandra Mendez Fajardo1, Alberto Hernández Carlos2, Angel Camacho3, Andrea López3, Florencia Leal4, Heinz Böni5, Mathias Schluep(1World Resources Forum, Switzerland; 2Centro Nacional de Producción Más Limpia, CNPML, Bogotá, Colombia; 3Ministerio de Ambiente y Desarrollo Sostenible, MADS. Bogotá, Colombia; 4Asociación de Industriales de Colombia, ANDI, Colombia; 5Swiss Federal Laboratories for Material, Science and Technology, Empa, St. Gallen, Switzerland) 
SS 10.9Sustainable E-Waste Management in Ghana by Michael Funcke-Bartz1, Markus Spitzbart2(1Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Germany; 2Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Ghana) 
SS 10.10Collateral damage of digital economy: The accumulation of e-waste as a byproduct of mobile services proliferation by Natalia Milovantseva (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation) 
SS 10.11Electronic waste (e-waste) impacts and mitigation options in the off-grid renewable energy sector by Federico Magalini1, Deepali Sinha1, David Rochat1, Jaco Huisman2  (1Sofies; 2Osevenfortytwo) 
SS 10.12Improving livelihoods through Waste to Energy Facilities Feasible in Sub-Saharan countries by Alodia William Ishengoma1Raymond Ategbi Okrofu(1Independent Consultant and Erstwhile Project Consultant – Safi Sana Ghana Ltd;; 2Safi Sana Ghana Limited, Adjei Kojo Road, Ashaiman,P.O Box CT 8312, Accra)